In this week's episode, speaking ahead of the Wood for Good conference, which runs alongside COP26 next week, Andrew Waugh – co-founder of Waugh Thistleton Architects – said managing homegrown timber resources is critical to supporting demand to help the construction sector adopt sustainable materials. Terroir has designed a mass timber office building in Launceston that is aiming to become “the most sustainable and carbon positive office development in Tasmania.” A creative design team lead by UNStudio and Cox Architecture on BEULAH's "Green Spine" development in Southbank, Melbourne. Work has begun on-site at 11 E. Lenox in Boston. If you want to hear more about this amazing project, listen to Paul Kremer and Rens F. Hayes IV, P.E. discussing the unique attributes of the project in this informative episode of the Mass Timber Construction Podcast: https://lnkd.in/gT_2EZx
The International Mass Timber Conference — the world’s largest mass timber event — is prepping for its seventh annual in-person gathering in Portland, Ore., April 12–14, 2022. Rothoblaas "Build the Impossible" finalists are Bettina May and David Gasser of the Austrian studio ATP architekten ingenieure, Dr. Julian Zotter and Matthias Birnbauer of the Austrian studio RWT Plus ZT, of Tyler Hull a PhD candidate at the structural engineering department of the University of Waterloo and of the group of Swiss students of the ZHAW School of Engineering led by Stefano de Santis.
Production by Deeelicious Beats
Music "Game Play" by Quality Quest
Podcast is a Mass Timber Construction Journal Production
Sponsors of the Podcast:
Rothoblaas is an Italian multinational with its roots in the Alpine region; a leading developer and provider of high technology solutions for all those involved in the construction with wood sector. Always engaged in finding solutions for the improvement of the sector, today Rothoblaas is one of the leading companies worldwide in the development of products and services dedicated to the wood carpentry industry, and continues to export know-how from the heart of the Italian Alps to the world.
International Association for Mass Timber Construction (IAMTC)
The International Association for Mass Timber Construction aims to promote and deliver value to its members and associated stakeholders through an all-encompassing approach to advocacy, thought-leadership, development for the architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing sectors, provide education, training/teaching and research in establishing a global